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Draft Planning Documents

The Municipality of the County of Kings is thrilled to announce the digital release of the Draft Municipal Planning Strategy and Draft Land Use By-law for public review and comment. Staff have undergone an extensive consultation and community engagement process to garner feedback related to the future of Kings County, known as the Kings 2050 initiative.

The feedback received was reviewed and considered and has been incorporated into the draft planning documents as part of the third and final stage of Kings 2050.

PDF maps associated with the Land Use By-law have now been released and are posted below. An online interactive map is available.
 
Find out more about your proposed zone
 Section 14 - General
A1 - Agricultural Zone.pdf 309 kb
A2 - Rural Mixed Use Zone.pdf 367 kb
A3 - Farm Commercial Zone.pdf 282 kb
A4 - Country Residential Zone.pdf 281 kb
A5 - Historic Hamlet of Grand Pre Zone.pdf 285 kb
C1 - General Commercial Zone.pdf 282 kb
C2 - Central Business Zone.pdf 434 kb
C3 - Mixed Commercial Residential Zone.pdf 286 kb
C4 - Rural Commercial Zone.pdf 284 kb
C5 - Highway Commercial Zone.pdf 278 kb
C6 - Comprehensive Business Development Zone.pdf 267 kb
I1 - Institutional Zone.pdf 287 kb
M1 - Light Industrial Commercial Zone.pdf 281 kb
M2 - Heavy Industrial Zone.pdf 278 kb
M3 - Rural Industrial Zone.pdf 280 kb
N1 - Resources Zone.pdf 283 kb
N2 - Aggregate Related Industry Zone.pdf 268 kb
O1 - Environmental Constraints Zone.pdf 279 kb
P1 - Commercial Recreation Zone.pdf 276 kb
R1 - Residential One Unit Zone.pdf 274 kb
R2 - Residential One and Two Unit Zone.pdf 279 kb
R3 - Residential Mixed Density Zone.pdf 303 kb
R4 - Residential Multi-Unit Zone.pdf 284 kb
R5 - Comprehensive Neighbourhood Development Zone.pdf 267 kb
S1- Lakeshore Residential Zone.pdf 441 kb
S2- Lakeshore Limited Development Zone.pdf 454 kb
T1- Tidal Shoreland Zone.pdf 360 kb
T2- Tidal Commercial Zone.pdf 362 kb
 
Participation Meeting Posters
Agricultural.pdf 1141 KB
Commercial.pdf 872 KB
General.pdf 1934 KB
Industrial and Growth Centres.pdf 8375 KB
Potential Wind Overlay Map.pdf 6991 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Aylesford.pdf 804 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Canning.pdf 810 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Centreville.pdf 793 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Coldbrook.pdf 995 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Hants Border.pdf 619 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - KingstonGreenwood.pdf 1197 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - New Minas.pdf 1421 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - North Kentville.pdf 1344 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - Port Williams.pdf 779 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary - WatervilleCambridge.pdf 1008 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary NEW - Avonport.pdf 687 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary NEW - Greenwich.pdf 854 KB
Proposed Growth Centre Boundary NEW - South Berwick.pdf 754 KB
Residential.pdf 970 KB
Rural and Resource.pdf 982 KB
Shoreland.pdf 787 KB
Wind Turbine Separation Map - 1000 metres.pdf 6996 KB
Wind Turbine Separation Map - 2000 metres.pdf 7094 KB
Wind Turbine Separation Map - 3000 metres.pdf 7132 KB
Wind Turbine Separation Map - 4000 metres.pdf 7161 KB
 
Draft LUB
 
Draft LUB Zoning Maps
 
Draft LUB Wellfield Maps
 
Future Land Use Maps
Please send all comments to planningservices@countyofkings.ca or call Laura Mosher at 902-690-6102.
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Commenting on the 2016 Draft Municipal Planning Strategy and Land Use By-law are now closed as we make changes to these drafts. If you have any questions regarding the drafts or our process, please feel free to submit your question(s) here along with your contact information.
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